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Bob's Beach Villa

Private home located in beautiful, quiet Long Island, Bahamas. Has it's private beach, private garage. Nearby amenties are restaurants, marina, food stores., world famous "Dean's Blue Hole" just 5 mintutes drive. Rental car facilty nearby. Fishing, swimming right in front of home. Very private and quiet. Balcony offers great sunset. Grocery stores, liquor stores are all in a short driving distance. Looking for a 'real getaway' from the busy towns, this is the home for you!

$250 per night
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Sunset Studio Cottage/ Hilltop/Sea views

""Sunset Studio Cottage" is nestle in hills of Salt Pond . Hilltop overlooking the beautiful Salt Pond Harbour(Home to second largest Sailing Regatta thought out the archipelago of the Bahamas). Beautiful views(WOW) from the front porch or the large deck with sun, sea and spectacular sunsets with your beverage of choice. The beach is walking distance and you can hear the sound of ocean crashing into the cliff s from the deck in the the evenings all while watching falling stars.

$150 per night
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Shukeena:Place of Peace & Happiness

This is a piece of Paradise! Fall asleep to the sound of the waves and wake up to the sound of birds singing. The house is located on the beachfront and offers privacy and peacefullness. The property is safe for children. Pets are allowed.

$180 per night

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**NEW LISTING** Cozy 2 bed/2 bath cottage
$125 per night
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Beachfront Villa - Private beach
$300 per night
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Panoramic Sunset Ocean Views
$230 per night
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Ernest Place Stella Maris
$169 per night
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Ocean Front Villa - Stunning Views & Tranquility
$275 per night
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wilk cay cove 3 bedroom
$285 per night
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2Bedroom Sea La Vie Cottage
$231 per night
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3Bedroom Gecko House
$360 per night
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Turtle Cove “House of Blues”Long Island, Bahamas
$300 per night
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  2. Dunmore Settlement
Beachfront , cheerful home with miles of beach!
$325 per night
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4BD House with Amazing Ocean Views
$350 per night
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Delux treat
$175 per night

Long Island vacation rentals

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  2. Mangrove Bush Settlement
Kooters Comfy Studio with Kingbed, Sea View & Deck
$95 per night
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Tiny's Hurricane Hole - Key Lime Cottage.
$200 per night
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New Listing Tiny's Hurricane Hole - Palms Cottage
$250 per night
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Beach Glass
$75 per night
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  2. Deadman's Cay Settlement
Beautiful one bedroom apartment.
$99 per night
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Vala's Vacation Rentals
$50 per night
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Off grid tiny home at Dean's Blue Hole
$75 per night
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Helios: newly renovated, cozy and convenient
$76 per night
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Tranquility
$100 per night
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Tangerine Sunsets Long Island Pinta
$135 per night
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Two Turtles ocean villa: A new gem on Long Island
$225 per night
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Harbor Breeze Villas-Lower Studio
$83 per night

Long Island villa rentals

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Ocean Front Villa 1/1 Plus Vehicle Included
$190 per night
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HarborBreeze Villas-1 Bedroom Villa
$125 per night
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Rock Hill: The Best “Out-Island” Vacation Ever
$490 per night
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Ocean Front Villa 2/2 Includes use of Vehicle
$255 per night
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Sunset Beachfront Estate w/moorings
$600 per night
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Ocean Hill: A laid-back Island Villa with pool
$263 per night
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Modern Villa with Pool
$441 per night
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HarborBreeze Villas-2 Bedroom Villa
$235 per night
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HarborBreeze Villas-2 Storey Villa
$220 per night

Your guide to Long Island

Welcome to Long Island

A literal paradise for divers, anglers, and sailors, Long Island is the hidden gem of the Bahamas. Known as the most scenic island in the entire country, it boasts brilliantly colored coral reefs, picturesque beaches, and oceans teeming with life. Here, island life prevails, dictated by the rolling ocean, with the main activities including sailing, fishing, scuba diving, free diving, and snorkeling. You’ll need a few hours’ rest and recuperation between adventures, probably sunbathing in the balmy temperatures.

This secluded oasis offers 80 miles of lush, untamed greenery and unspoiled sparkling waters. The east coast features rugged cliffs and endless caves, while the quieter west coast offers expanses of white sand and turquoise sea and some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Adventure awaits divers at Dean’s Blue Hole, the second deepest underwater sinkhole in the world. Foodies won’t be disappointed either: The island’s best-known delicacy, conch, is a delicately flavored seafood available in every form imaginable. Just 45 minutes from Nassau by plane, Long Island offers a laid-back and authentic Bahamian vibe that you can’t help but love.


How do I get around Long Island?

Getting to Long Island is easier than you may think. For many travelers, it’s just two flights away. Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS) in New Providence is the most likely destination for international arrivals. From there, it’s a 45-minute hop to one of the island’s two airports, Stella Maris (SML) and Deadman’s Cay (LGI). Once on Long Island, visitors can rent a car or use a local taxi service to get around. Navigation is easy, with just one main road, the Queen’s Highway, running the length (around 80 miles) of the isle. For an even more relaxing way to get around, visitors can opt for a guided boat tour taking in the island’s hidden beaches.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Long Island?

Not far above the equator and smack dab in the middle of the Caribbean Sea, Long Island offers warm tropical weather all year long. Temperatures generally stay within a narrow band of warm but not too hot, as is typical of a Caribbean island. Even on “chilly” nights, a long-sleeved shirt will suffice — no need for a winter coat here! The best time to visit for warm-weather activities is between late November and mid-May, while the peak travel season ranges from mid-December to mid-April. The low season is more humid and cloudier, but visitors willing to risk a little more rainfall will find the island even more tranquil than usual. Be aware that the Atlantic hurricane season ranges from June through November. The island does fall within the hurricane belt, although serious storms are rare.


What are the top things to do in Long Island?

Dean’s Blue Hole

Perhaps the island’s biggest draw is Dean’s Blue Hole, the second-deepest underwater sinkhole in the world, which plunges to an awe-inspiring depth of 663 feet. With exceptional visibility, divers will love this paradise with its incredible untouched reefs and vast variety of tropical sea life. Travelers not wishing to descend into the depths can safely enjoy the beauty of the blue hole from the waist-deep surrounding water, and the sheltered nature of the bay makes it ideal for novice swimmers and kids.

Saint Mary the Virgin Anglican Church

For lovers of history, Long Island features the oldest church in the country. Now a romantic ruin, the vast stone building is thought to have been built by the Spanish in the 17th century. The picturesque structure makes the perfect backdrop for an island sunset.

Hamilton’s Cave

The largest cave system in the Bahamas, this complex of passageways, some more than 45 feet wide, features a host of stalagmites, stalactites, and other fascinating rock formations. The caves are also home to a bat colony that comes alive around dusk. The property’s owner provides a guided tour and flashlights to ensure you don’t need to worry about getting left behind in the dark.